I wish. I ordered more UV acrylic and so I will soon have it sorted.
I actually found another error in my new location--after I fabricated the floor to ceiling baracket I saw right off that it would impinge on the fan opening and make noise...so I chopped it down and added a strap over to the OD ba for support. Then I could see that it would no longer allow 7" for the longer PSUs like the PC Power 750...and saw that I would have to locate it closer to the ceiling...that created the conflict with the res...so I then found a potentially good location about an inch further back from the OD bay that would let the reservoir tubing make a sweep past the rad.
The new location now puts the 2 120mm fans on the inner side of the rad...which is okay I guess...but now totally screws up the neat little filters/LED fans accent...
I did manage to figure out a simple way to mount the rad frame to the OD bay with spacers of aluminum and thumbscrews tapped into the spacer...which is slick.
Basically the rad can be unscrewwed with two thumbscrews and swung out side the case to get at the mobo etc.
I am still working out the ideal plumbing for this. although I like the wire reinforced tubing it is quite springy and puts a fair load on anything that it's attached to once twisted and looped around to take up slack--meaning undue side force on the CPU WB..which will never do.
I think my previous designs with top mounted rads are the best--this one looked great until I started trying to make the tubing runs work properly.
To avoid using elbows the case interior rapidly fills with sweeps and looping coils of tubing--to allow for the rad to be removed...which is beginning to look more and more like a basic flaw in the design.
So far the Top Mounted PA160 is the best of all the designs. But I was hoping to use lesser and less expensive components (HW Labs rad) to make this build more affordable.
Tomorrow I will again apply my self to the challenge and see what comes out of it--oftentimes what seems like a flaw becomes a strength. I am hoping I can spin this fiasco into a finale in short order